The David Adams Leukaemia Appeal Fund was founded in memory of the late David Adams, whose life was prolonged by The Royal Marsden for two years after his initial diagnosis of leukaemia. During those two years, he raised many thousands of pounds for the hospital and his efforts have since been continued by his family and friends.
The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity is currently raising £70 million to build the Oak Cancer Centre at The Royal Marsden in Sutton, due to be opened this autumn. This new facility will include a state-of-the-art haemato- oncology unit for which we are delighted to help raise money. The new unit within the Oak Cancer Centre will ensure that patients with blood cancers can receive the very best treatment and care, and make it possible for patients to be seen in an environment specifically suited to their clinical needs.
This exciting new centre will mean that The Royal Marsden is able to see thousands more patients each year. Your generous support and contributions towards this hugely ambitious project are greatly appreciated.